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5. Positive Attitude

5. Positive Attitude

  • According to many successful people, having a positive attitude is not just a result of being successful – it’s one of the root causes of success.
  • Joel Brown refers to gratitude and positive self-talk as priorities in the lives of the ultra-successful.
  • Moreover, Brown says, it’s not enough to express gratitude and a positive attitude. You must also remind yourself why you are grateful in order to achieve a deeper effect.

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